Written By: Jeremy Smith | Amerishield
If you subtract your age from 100 the difference is the suggested maximum percentage of investment savings you should permit to be at risk. Note the word maximum, not the minimum, permitted to be at risk.
Risky investments are not for everyone. It could be dangerous for everyone who violates the financial rule of 100. At age 55 (100 – 55 = 45) this suggests that you permit no more than 45 percent of your investment assets to be in risky investments and move 55 percent to safety and as you age, move more and more to safety.
Want to do away with the math? Try the money aging factor — just use your age as the factor. Your age tells you the suggested minimum percentage of your investment capital that should be safe, guaranteed and re-insured investments. If you’re 65 years old, then 65% of your retirement savings should be in guaranteed safe money products.
“I’m more interested in the return of my money, than the return on my money.” — Mark Twain
Here’s my gambling success formula: Gamble with no more today than you can afford to lose today. At the race track, in the Casino and on Wall Street, gamble with no more today than you can afford to lose today.
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Note: Any information in this blog is not and should not be construed as investment advice.